By G. W. H. Stamp MBChB, MRCPath, N. A. Wright MA, DSc, MD, PhD, FRCPath (auth.)
It is simple to be convinced that a suitable physique of recommendation is accessible to applicants concerning the content material of an exam upon getting handed it. Prospectively, the first and ultimate Examinations of the Royal university of Pathologists will seem to such a lot to contain the assimilation of what turns out on the time an inexhaustible quantity of information, and the hot switch within the university exam procedure has now not reduced this problem for almost all of applicants. the information for education for the recent half I exam nation that this can be the "major hurdle of the MRCPath" and it really is transparent that it'll make certain even if applicants are appropriate for education with the intention to enable them to guidance independently as specialists after half II. those basic goals and targets don't resolution questions similar to "How a lot do i have to find out about glomerulonephritis?" or "Where do I cease with the lymphomas?" this article makes an attempt to unravel the trouble of realizing what typical to attempt at, utilizing university questions as its start line. It concentrates at the crucial foundation of any unmarried resolution; many applicants for the recent three-year exam will understand extra approximately person themes than is acknowledged right here. notwithstanding, it's the breadth of knowledge required that is a characteristic of faculty examinations and this article may help with this problem.
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April 1974, Paper 1, Question 4) Reference 1 Variend, S. Small cell tumours in childhood: a review. J. Pathol (1985) 145: 1-25. Using illustrative examples, discuss the current clinicopathological importance of the terms 'histogenesis' and 'differentiation' as applied to tumour pathology The terms should be defined in the introductory paragraphs, histogenesis being the presumed cell or tissue of origin of a tumour, and differentiation being the 2. Neoplasia 57 extent to which the tumour resembles a mature cell or tissue.
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Med. J. , Kumar V. Inflammation and repair. In: Pathologic Basis of Disease, 4th edition. p39-86. B. Saunders, Philadelphia (1989). J. Inflammation and the immune response. In: Processes in Pathology and Microbiology, 2nd edition. p23; 114-117; 147-148; 745-749. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford (1984). 1. General Pathology Discuss the role of the eosinophil in disease Introduction Origin and lineage Morphology Histochemical staining General disease associations - 'allergic' disease, parasitic disease, neoplasia, unknown Normal function Surface 'BG and Fc receptors Granule content a) basic proteins (EBP) b) PAF c) leukotrienes d) phospholipase D e) arylsulphatase B f) histaminase g) eosinophil cationic protein (ECP) Pathological states 'AllerBic' a) asthma and mucosal inflammation i) mast cell - IgE binding ii) eosinophil chemo-attraction (ECF-A) iii) granules - leukotrienes - bronchoconstriction - vascular permeability iv) anti-inflammatory b) eosinophilic gastroenteritis c) drug reaction - idiosyncrasy d) hypereosinophilic syndrome e) endocardial fibrosis i) peripheral eosinophils - degranulated - dysmorphic ii) action of EBP iii) thrombosis - PAF 23 Advanced Histopathology 24 Parasitic disease a) b) c) d) e) IgG binds to parasite eosinophil binding (Fc receptors) EBP and ECP released IgE production (mast cell binding) ECP-A released f) also IgE-mediated parasite binding g) Fc receptors on eosinophils Neop/asia 1) Primary a) eosinophilic leukaemia 2) Reactive a) Hodgkin's disease i) IgE fixation ii) chemoattractants iii) ?
Advanced Histopathology by G. W. H. Stamp MBChB, MRCPath, N. A. Wright MA, DSc, MD, PhD, FRCPath (auth.)